401k match is good. Health insurance scales with income.
You have access to all of IU Health's doctors and specialists, as well as doctors in several other health systems in the area. The only downfall is that they do not cover your spouse unless they are not offered qualifying benefits through their employer.
They have a good set of benefits and education reimbursement. They also have a leadership institute to further individual skills.
401k matching is 4% which is nice, but the insurance is terrible. PPO is too expensive for wages earned, HSA is only good at IU Health locations, and has non-covered benefits listed as essential services but then you end up getting billed for it.
Good benefits, you will be able to go to two major health networks in the state.
IU Health offers great overall benefits options.
IU Health offers great tuition reimbursement programs, inexpensive healthcare coverage, and discounts. However, they do not offer maternity leave for the 1,000's of women working for them.
The benefits are great-they are affordable and have decent coverage. It is challenging to not have a local contact to help with benefits questions, but I have no complaints about the benefits availablel
PPO insurance price is high, not impressed by the coverage.
health insurance Is awesome! PTO is great!
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